Active Shooter Training - Schools - Churches - Businesses

 

Training Includes

Site Survey of entire facility

Emergency Action Plan

Law Enforcement and EMS Coordination

Medical Trauma Course

Less than Lethal training

Firearms Training

NRA & School Corp Attorney Approved Training Outline

 

School Staff and Security/SRO Firearms Training

Level 1 Training

  • Classroom 6-9 hours
  • Range time 3-5 hours

Classroom Instruction:

  • Briggs Core Dynamics Defensive Awareness Program (1.5-2 hours)
    • Identify Threat Indicators
    • Introduction and implementation of:
  • Introduce and explain
    • OODA        
    • PACE
    • MIL
    • Cooper Color Code
    • Plan Development
    • Spot Anomalies in Your Environment
    • Learn to Defeat Your Body’s Natural Reaction to Stress, Chemical Dump and Elevated Heart Rate
  • Defensive mindset
  • Priorities of work

Emergency Action Procedures (1-2 hours)

  • Flee
    • Egress routes (PACE)
    • What to take and what to lea
  • Fight
    • Weapon Identification
    • When to fight
    • How to fight
  • Hide 
    • Cover
    • Concealment
    • Expedient ways to secure doors
    • Barricades
    • Pro’s and Cons of hiding 

Traumatic Wound Care (4 hours)

  • Self-Aid
  • Buddy-Aid 

Go bag contents (1 hour)

  • Signaling devices
  • Medical items
  • Emergency blanket
  • 550 cord
  • Permanent marker

What to expect as Law Enforcement arrives. (1 hour)

Range Instruction:

Firearm Safety and DAP/Conflict Survival- (2-3 hours) Any Common Self Defense Caliber 200-250 rounds and a minimum of 3 magazines for each weapon. Required for all new members. 50% off with purchase of membership. Members can attend this course multiple times with the 50% discount.

  • Safety
  • Safe Handling
  • Proper Mindset
  • Techniques to defeat the bodies natural reaction during a chemical dump
  • Fundamentals of Shooting
  • Malfunctions
  • Drawing
  • Reloading

Level 2 Training (Level 2 must be conducted every 6 months)

Concealed/Covert Carry Course- 400 rounds, 3 magazines.
*Bring a conceal carry holster for your pistol and mag pouches as well as a good cover shirt. Women bring a conceal carry purse or an adequate bag for carry if not drawing from the holster.

Topics Covered:

  • Safety
  • Techniques to defeat your body’s natural reaction to extreme stress
  • Fundamentals of shooting
  • Conceal carry positions
  • Cover shirt configurations
  • Draw from concealment
  • Malfunctions
  • Stress drills
  • Scenario driven courses of fire

Level 3 Training (Level 3 must be conducted every 6 months)

Concealed Pistol Stress Course- (6 -7 hours) 500 rounds, minimum 3 mags, holster, and mag pouch. Most stress courses are just physical stress that is applied. This course applies both physical and mental stress to the student.

  • Safety
  • Malfunctions
  • Barricade shooting
  • Bounding
  • Fighting from vehicles
  • Problem solving
  • Target discretion
  • Shooting on the move
  • Multiple targets